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City Press this week learnt that the woman and her family approached the state, saying she wanted to withdraw the case. Photo: Facebook
City Press this week learnt that the woman and her family approached the state, saying she wanted to withdraw the case. Photo: Facebook

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A week after the audio clip came to light, the woman – who cannot be named for legal reasons – claimed that Makamu attempted to force himself on her at his Endless Hope Bible Church premises in Alberton on the East Rand.

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